You can't beat this classic "first text ever sent" either.
This one is a bit hard to decipher. Did this aunt mean to just send a single capital “Q”? Is it a secret code that we should all be able to understand? Who can say.
This one is almost too good to actually exist.
The user who uploaded said that his grandpa just wanted to join Facebook. Guess what Grandpa — your dreams just came true! You’re on it!
This woman was just trying to meet up to buy a computer monitor.
But she was really, really stressed about potentially wasting gasoline. She also didn’t seem to understand why posting an address on the internet could potentially cause problems.
Sometimes the internet and Facebook takes them by surprise.
And then they have a meltdown and don’t understand how to handle it. We can only hope that someone kindly explained to them what was going on.
But really, the only use for a Facebook status is to review fast food restaurants.
It’s important to use the adjectives “juicy” and “fresh” as much as possible when it comes to Facebook statuses. Honestly, maybe the older generations are just doing it right and we’ve been doing it wrong this whole time.